South Bronx Walking

  Making way through the blizzard. One, two, three . . . . Mott Haven.  South Bronx.  New York City.

Shades of Time

  Central Park during the blizzard. New York.  

Snow Traffic

  The recent blizzard swept through New York City and I hope I never forget the absolute sense of peace, calm and overwhelming energy from the day – the energy to keep walking,… Continue reading

Turn and Face the Strange

      Some scenes from outside David Bowie’s apartment in New York where many gathered to pay tribute to the groundbreaking legend who inspired and motivated so many.  Not to become rock… Continue reading

Around the Corner

What with Xmas, New Year, travel and loads of rain during a brief UK visit I have been very slack with the business of taking any photos (so so wet . . .)… Continue reading

Memories of New York

  That time of year Greetings to you all and happy days ahead! 🌲🍸🌲🍸🌲 (There is a colour version of this shot somewhere in the back catalogue, back in the day when it… Continue reading

Billiards & Bar

  No escaping the neon. Billiards & Bar, Entrance on 11th ST.  NYC.

Larry

  Larry, aka the Birdman. New York City.    

Strawberry Fields

    Only a little reluctant to admit it but I’m not that big a fan of Strawberry Fields in Central Park.   Dedicated to the memory of John Lennon, it can get… Continue reading

Colorado Chilling

A quick snatch of shots from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Freezing cold, plenty of snow, slow slow internet but so much time for wandering.

At the Diner

Originally posted on Monochromia:
Quiet time at the local diner.  NYC.

Empire State of Mind

In New York, Concrete jungle where dreams are made of There’s nothin’ you can’t do Now you’re in New York These streets will make you feel brand new Big lights will inspire you… Continue reading

Finish Monday

Originally posted on Monochromia:
Downtown somewhere, NYC.

Late Night

  Late night, late summer bright lights in the neighbourhood.

A Certain Glow

Originally posted on Monochromia:
Pointing the phone straight at the setting sun.  West Village.  NYC.